Halloween florist shop window competition: GALLERY

by Charlotte.Barnes on October 20, 2010

Our Halloween shop window competition is now closed. Thank you to all the florists who sent in their pictures – you can see them all below.

Each display shows off our florists’ skills and they’ve all created some brilliantly spooky windows. You can see pumpkins, black cats, broomsticks and all manner of Halloween themes.

Because of the amazing response we decided to extend the prizes on offer. The winner will now get an Ultimate Indulgence Hamper worth £100 and the five runners up will get one Gourmet Delights Hamper, worth £35, each.

Winners will be announced on Friday October 29th.

Open All Flowers

Fleurtations, Chester

Laurel’s Florist, London

Blooms, Scarborough

Aster’s Florist, Hampton

Gutteridge Flowers, Swansea

Flowercraft, Ammanford

Flowercraft, Barrow

Florabunda, St. Albans

Forget Me Not, St. Ives

Four Oaks Florists, Lichfield

Old Oak Florist, London

Pot Pourri Flowers, London

Something Special, Woolston

Thomas Hogg Florists, Sutton

Flowers with a Difference, Scunthorpe

Margaret’s Florist, Lytham St. Anne’s

Melanie’s Florist, Castleford

Regent House of Flowers, Wrexham

Roze, Drogheda

The Flowerpot, Tadworth

Callendar’s Florist, Framlingham

Collins the Florist, Chorlton

Daisy Chain, Corsham

Valerie of Dore, Sheffield

Lavender Blue Florists, Bridport

Acacia of Chester

Ad Lib, Birmingham

Feehily’s Florist, Sligo

The Flower Boutique, Dublin

Poppy’s Florist, Sheffield

Petal and Twig, Preston

Bluebells, North Hykeham

Oasis, Fleet

Daisy Chain, Omagh

Sue’s Flowers of Aylesbury


Bloemist, Skipton

Hilary Moores Flowers, Lewes

Rona The Flower Shop, Widness

Flower Centre, Northfield

The Town Florist, Hemel Hempstead

The Village Florist, Kings Langley

Guttridge Flowers, Bridgend

Guttridge Flowers, Porthcawl

Jeanette’s Florist, Blackpool

Glasnevin Trust Florist, Dublin

Fairmile Florist, Christchurch

Flowercraft, Leicester

Flowercraft, Wolverhampton

Anita’s Fabulous Flowers, Belfast

Barbara Johnson Florist, Cottingham

Bo-kay Florists, Worksop

Posies, Leominster

The Rose Bower

Titania’s Garden, London

Louise Florist, Scarborough

Michelle Richards, Manchester

Miller’s Florist, Oldham

Flowers by Rosemary, Woking

Bluebells Florist, Barry

Agapanthus Florist, Penzance

Billingham’s, West Bromwich

Bloomer’s Country Style, Cirencester

Bonny Bouquets, Fallkirk

Nuleaf Florists, Coventry

Simply Flowers, St. Leonard

Flowers for Friends, Bexhill

The Bloom Room, Bodmin

Simply Flowers, Hastings

Christine at Haynes Bouquets, Hockley

Fleurette, Bedford

Harrows and Floretta Flowers, Aberdeen

Bouquets of Saltaire

Katie Picco, Hemel Hempstead

Springview Flowers, Wigan

Belles Fleur Florist, Llangollen

Belmont Flowers, Goring-by-Sea

Award Winning Flower World, Bristol

Allium Florist, London

Charmaine of Southsea

Bouquets Florist, Newton Abbot

Flowergirl, Romford

Hilary Moore Flowers, Forest Row

Jones the Gardeners, flint

Flowers by Rosemary, Godalming

Natalie Carter, Warwick

The Flower Corner, Wokingham

Merrygardens, Deal

Tippett’s Florist, Oadly

Valerie’s, Aylesbury

Woolridge and Sleep, Chobham

Victoria Florists, Kirkcaldy

Cheshire Flowers, Stockport

Flowers by Moira, Co Meath

Plantwise, Canvey Island

June’s Florist of Southport

Deb’s florist

Watsonia Florists, Hexham

Once again, thanks to all who entered!

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This competition has now closed. The pictures are now being judged and the winners will be announced soon.

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{ 9 comments… read them below or add one }

jfb57 14 Oct 2010 at 10:18 am

I had no idea you gave them themes! I shall be on the look-out!

Rick Canale 14 Oct 2010 at 9:25 pm

these windows are truly inspirational. I have already reposted this blog in hopes that U.S. florists will get some great ideas.
Retail window displays are vital to the success of the independent florist.

Donna 21 Oct 2010 at 10:49 am

I am not a florist, but loved all the window displays. Very creative and Halloween scary. It would be very hard to pick a winner from this group. They all look like winners to me.

Lily-Naomi 21 Oct 2010 at 1:47 pm

I love the windows, I do have a favourite though, not naming any names cough…asters…cough…lol. They are all brill though, but I do hope the judges take into account the fact thay are florists and the winning window should contain floral arranging, not just gore and blood. Good luck all.

colette newsham 23 Oct 2010 at 11:25 am

As a florist, I have loved looking at all the halloween photos from around the country. It’s amazing how scary we can all be! The amount of kids staring through our windows at night is incredible.Their poor,terrified reactions are even better!

Liza Challis 28 Oct 2010 at 4:39 pm

I LOVED the window at Old Oak Florist in London – they were the only one to do The Little Shop of Horrors 🙂

store windows on twitter 28 Oct 2010 at 8:00 pm

Well done, everyone! Posted a link on my Twitter.

Lily-Naomi 29 Oct 2010 at 10:38 am

What time….what time??!! When are we going to know???

Kamila 20 Dec 2010 at 12:29 pm

oh these are well cool!

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